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Figure 2. Little Valley Landslide (LVL) deposits. The golf course’s hummocky topography is an asset provided by the natural mass wasting of the Little Valley Landslide. Housing is being developed at sites above the retaining walls shown; the retaining walls are built along the fault line that has created the topographic break along the edge of Traverse Mountain (Figure 1).

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Kathleen Nicoll, University of Utah
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